10th Cessna Citation CJ3+ marks milestone moment for AirSprint

AirSprint Inc., the Canadian authority in Fractional Jet Ownership, announced it has accepted its 10th Cessna Citation CJ3+ jet from Textron Aviation. With this new aircraft, the AirSprint Citation fleet has grown to 16 jets, bringing the total number of aircraft in the AirSprint jet collection to 27. AirSprint now operates with 11 Embraer Praetor 500/Legacy 450/500, 10 Cessna Citation CJ3+, and 6 Cessna Citation CJ2+ aircraft.

“We are incredibly proud of this milestone moment. As more and more companies come to understand the business case for business aviation, we will continue to expand our Cessna Citation fleet to meet the growing demand for the light-jet experience,” said Jared Williams, AirSprint’s Vice President, Operations & COO. This expansion demonstrates our commitment to a sustainable aviation future and our dedication to supporting the business industry across Canada.

Canada is a big country, said James Elian, AirSprints President & CEO, in a 2021 White Paper. One of the key uses for a business aircraft is transporting employees and customers to multiple sites. Its a wonderful business tool if you have a remote site and are trying to get key customers, suppliers, or buyers out to see the nature of your operation. Many people buy only what they can touch and feel.

Fractional Jet Ownership delivers a proven competitive advantage, allowing companies to maximize employee productivity, accelerate the conclusion of important deals, and improve the quality of customer interactions. The AirSprint fleet enables organizations to transport staff, customers and supplies quickly and efficiently—and the Cessna Citation CJ3+, with its combination of range, speed, and efficiency, is the perfect jet to get the job donewith the economics for it to make sense. Notably, so far in 2022, the AirSprint Citation fleet alone has completed over 3,000 missions, and this recent expansion opens many more opportunities for our current and future Fractional Owners in Canada.